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Ruger P95 Discontinued. Last of the P Series

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by weblance, Oct 2, 2013.

  1. weblance

    weblance Member

    The Ruger P95 has been removed from the Ruger websight, and the Ruger response is that it is no longer in production. Its was the last of the P series. Its a sad day for us Ruger fanboys
  2. PO2Hammer

    PO2Hammer Active Member

    One of the ugliest pistol ever made, but they sure do shoot nice.
  3. Tecolote

    Tecolote New Member

    Too bad. They were an affordable alternative to their striker fired offerings.
  4. 777funk

    777funk Member

    So I suppose that's their last auto design by Bill Ruger?
  5. frankenstein406

    frankenstein406 New Member

    I hope they don't jump in price, been wanting to try one out.
  6. newglockguy

    newglockguy New Member

    Ugly and too big for my hands but I shot alright with it. I prefer the SR series myself so no big loss for me
  7. marv

    marv New Member

    After seeing the current offerings from S&W. H&K, SIG, etc. I can NOT call the Ruger P95 ugly.
  8. Blue Brick

    Blue Brick New Member

    Sad indeed…
  9. Kiln

    Kiln Active Member

    Wow. I was always recommending the P95 to people who wanted a reliable gun in the $350 range. Guess I'll have to point them all towards the Tristar C series.
  10. BSA1

    BSA1 Active Member

    The P series is dead.

    The SR and SRC take the throne.

    Long live the new King!
  11. kokapelli

    kokapelli Active Member

    Same here, I have small hands and find the SR much better for me.
  12. ritepath

    ritepath Member

    I'll keep looking for a p90 and a 89 on the used market. RIP old friend...
  13. TennJed

    TennJed New Member

  14. snooperman

    snooperman New Member

    Too bad, the Ruger P95 is a real bargain and very reliable. I have the P89, P95, and P90. All solid reliable guns that I have enjoyed shooting for many years. Like S&W and their 3rd gen guns, that I also like a great deal , I guess it is the sign of the times.
  15. savanahsdad

    savanahsdad New Member

    Had a P-95 years ago. had it for about 1 month and then I got a deal on a P-89 (used LEO gun with 3 - 15 round mags) then sold the P95 at the next gun show , still have the P-89 and run about 300 rounds a year through it and it eats everything I feed it ,
  16. osteodoc08

    osteodoc08 New Member

    My P-89 was my first handgun. 5k+ with no malfunctions. Reliable, accurate, dependable. I'm holding onto mine forever
  17. MedWheeler

    MedWheeler Active Member

    I have one I picked up used about three months ago. I found it to shoot (from my hands) better than I thought it would. I even carry it now and then. I'm glad I got it. It is kind of sad to see the slow death of DA/SA duty-sized pistols, perhaps because it reminds me of my own age. My first agency-issued autoloader was the P-85. Qualified decently with it, but had no formal training with autoloaders (had come from a wheelgun-issuing agency), and really wasn't all the good with it.
  18. funnelcake

    funnelcake Member

    IMO, really ugly are (with a couple exceptions) most new Walther's. They make the P series guns look handsome.

  19. weregunner

    weregunner New Member

    Now we have collector pieces:):rolleyes:
  20. jim97701

    jim97701 New Member

    I have a P89 I bought new for $269 and it is still one of my favorites, I will never let it get away. It is sad indeed to see the P series ended :(

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